Do you want to learn about WordPress file and directory structure? The core WordPress software, themes, plugins, and user uploads are all stored on your website. Most users can run their WordPress site without ever learning about WordPress files or directories. However, understanding how WordPress stores files and directories can help you solve many common WordPress problems on your own. This information also helps you learn which WordPress files should you backup.
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How to rename the WordPress plugins folder
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Giving the plugins folder a new name is one of the most underestimated ways that make your WordPress protection stronger. Fortunately, the name of this folder can be easily changed to whatever you want in literally two simple steps. Does this mean that cybercriminals have zero knowledge about the ability to rename the folder and blindly attack the default plugin location?
In this code snippet we are going to look into how you get a full path of a plugin file. When you are developing a plugin you can store multiple file types in it such as CSS or JS files where you need to access the full URL for the file, or you could have another PHP file which you want to include by calling the full directory path. As the plugin directory is inside the wp-content folder the path to the directory could be quite large. The above is what you would have to use to include a stylesheet into your application from a plugin. If you were calling this from a file inside the frontend folder you would use the following code. The problem we have when building a WordPress plugin you have to assume that this plugin can be used on any site on any WordPress install. As a WordPress site can change the location of the wp-content directory with a wp-config constant you can not assume that wp-content is located off the root of the domain. But what if you don't want the URL for the folder but want the full file path so that you can include a new PHP file instead of doing the following. You could also use this function to include all the files within a directory by using the PHP function glob.